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    Plasterman tgf429's Avatar
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    Vintage Belt Buckle?

    I picked up a older looking belt buckle at a garage sale.

    Can someone tell me anything about this?

    Is says Marshall Dill Company, San Francisco on the back and has Pewter stamped on the back.

    See picture.


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    Great find!

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    I can't help with your buckle. But it reminded me of a buckle that I have...haven't worn it in a while...I typically wear my Airheads Beemer Club buckle. Don't remember where I got this...probably up in Austin, TX, during the early '80s...has a bit of a crack in it now. Kind of nice to see these handmade buckles.

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    I like it

    Don't know about yours but found this on Ebay

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-Norton-P...-/350926305095

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    Pewter is often used to make commemorative buckles for organizations. This may have been something the company produced because they could sell them.

    I got one from a friend that took a roundel from a bike or car (not sure which) and JB welded it over a round buckle of the same size.

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    There is a 100 year old motorcycle club in San Francisco. I think they used to be down on Market street. I don't remember the name. SF Riders, or something, I suppose.
    They might know.
    dc

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